Providing students with opportunities to engage with our international community.
The Oxford Society for International Development (OxSID) is a young, fast-growing student-run society founded in 2017.
We aim to promote and facilitate discussion of the challenges and advances within the field of International Development amongst students at the University of Oxford. Previous speakers include members of NGOs such as Reporters without Borders, board members from leading UK think tanks, senior officials from the UN in New York, a co-founder of Extinction Rebellion and the Permanent Secretary of the UK’s Department for International Development.
Is censorship ever effective? What methods do the Chinese government use to censor the internet? Why does the Chinese government believe in censorship, and why do so many people in … Continue reading “Internet Censorship in China” (Part 2/2) with Rongbin Han
What happens if you criticize the Chinese government on the internet? Can the government censor any opinion that it doesn’t like or is there a line which it cannot cross? … Continue reading “Internet Censorship in China” (Part 1/2) with James Griffiths